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About House of Blues Restaurant & Bar - New Orleans
House of Blues Restaurant & Bar features a harmony of Southern cuisine and re-imagined American favorites that are bold and classic, yet contemporary. Here, you will indulge in genuine culture with cuisine that is as illustrious as the talent on the stage, and as inspiring as the art on the walls. Whether you’re in the mood for a juicy Smoked BBQ Bacon burger, fire-grilled flatbreads, or our signature Voodoo shrimp, there’s a little something for every rockstar on this menu.
House of Blues New Orleans offers a unique, high-energy environment where guests can eat and be entertained. Our well trained staff always has all hands on deck to help create an unforgettable and truly unique dining experience. Conveniently located just blocks away the French Quarter, Lafayette Square, and Mercedes-Benz Superdome, House of Blues Restaurant & Bar provides a place for locals and visitors alike to have an experience that will leave your taste buds singing all the way home!
New Orleans, LA 70130
American, Creole / Cajun / Southern
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Saturday: 11:30am - 3:00pm, Sunday: 12:00pm - 3:00pm
Dinner: Daily: 3:00pm - 10:00pm
Sunday Brunch: 10:00am - 12:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Join us for Happy Hour MON-FRI from 3-6PM.
*7 NIGHTS A WEEK*
6PM- Live Music
7PM- Comedy Gold (FREE Comedy Show) hosted by Leon Blanda in Voodoo Garden
3PM - Hot Out the Pot Fresh Seafood Boil w/ Live Music in Voodoo Garden
3PM and 7PM- Live Music in Voodoo Garden and HOB Restaurant & Bar
10AM- Gospel Brunch
Check the House of Blues New Orleans event calendar at our website for a current list of our Music Hall shows and Voodoo Garden events.
*All event times are subject to change due to private parties.
House of Blues Restaurant and Bar offers validated parking for The Shops at Canal Place covered garage on the corner of N. Peters and Canal. The rate is $7 for up to 6 hours.
The House of Blues is accessible off the St Charles and Magazine street cars, along with the Magazine St bus-line.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Beer, Entertainment, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
The House of Blues can accommodate parties from 10 to 1000. Please call for more information.
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Looking for an event that Rocks? Our house can be yours to create lasting memories with spaces perfect for social and corporate events, such as dinners, receptions, meetings and presentations. Your special event is a once in a lifetime experience, let House of Blues take your event center stage.
House of Blues Restaurant & Bar - New Orleans Ratings and Reviews
It was a very nice time. It would be better if the attendent that received earlier has given me the correct information. I was at the House of Blues in the afternoon just to know and be aware of its direction. At that time, I asked the lady if they would transmit the NFL night football. She said "yes! We always show the main games of the evening". For my surprise, when my wife and I got there, there was no NFL games on TV. I asked thus and they told me that the night game was the baseball game insted of the NFL game. Not a big deal, bur I was really prepaired to watch my favorite game and having some fun. In the end, we just had our dinner and moved to another place to watch the game.
My husband and I came to House of Blues looking for great live music and great drinks to celebrate his birthday. Although our waiter, Mike, was very sweet and pretty attentive...we left pretty quickly because the ambiance was dead and we were bored to tears.
I found this place on the internet and said I wanted to go there. My boyfriend saw it when we where walking and and ask me did I want to go there and I said yes. The food was tasteless the menu doesn't offer much and this is from the food menu to the drink menu. We ordered jambalaya they gave us a plate of tasteless rice a few pieces of meat.
We really enjoyed the food and the atmosphere. The music was not so loud that our party couldn't have a conversation, but was a good volume for enjoying. The restaurant was kid friendly, so our granddaughter was able to join us for a nice dinner. The food was excellent. We really enjoyed the appetizers and entrees.
Awesome time at the HOB! My wife and I were getting away for a couple of nights and dinner here was one of our most memorable parts. Karina, our waitress, was extremely knowledgeable of the menu and very descriptive. She was friendly and energetic and brought a lot to our experience. All of the employees we engaged, from the bartender to the gift shop attendant, were super-friendly and great ambassadors. The live music playing out back was exceptional and appropriate for the setting - two guitarists and a drummer playing blues and light rock for a weekend dinner crowd - perfect! We felt more like we were among friends than at a restaurant having dinner. I will definitely return whenever I go back to New Orleans and will take friends and family as well! Time and money are valuable resources but are both well spent at the HOB New Orleans!!!
It was very unfortunate that we decided to go to this restaurant for dinner. The food, all four dishes that we ordered, were very poor. A greasy beef appetizer, a tasteless "jambalaya", a dry shrimp poboy, and an uneventful chicken pasta. Stay away from the expensive, extremely low quality food!
decent happy hour prices - our server seemed a little new (wasn't very sure of things, had to double check a lot, brought me a bill then when I got the receipt back with my credit card, she rang it up higher. Turns out she forgot to add in my last drink but it would have been nice if she had mentioned why there was a price difference instead of my having to figure it out.
Music was exceptional!!
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